London – Day 7

I went to the V&A Museum today.  They had art from all over the world and across many era’s.  I particularly enjoyed the Sculpture and Ceramics exhibits.  They had a huge section on the 6th floor dedicated to ceramic art and the history of ceramics from all over the world.  The ceramics was organized in […]

London – Day 6

I spent this afternoon at Shakespeare’s Globe Theater and watched a production of Part 1 – Henry IV.  Henry IV has always been one of my favorite plays by Shakespeare and to watch it being performed on the stage of his theater did not disappoint me.  It was performed very well and the crowd was […]

London – Day 5

Today was spent at the National Gallery in London. I was able to see work from all over the world.  I spent about 5 hours there and just started to scratch the surface of what was available.  I loved being able to see work from all over the world, Ancient Greece, Rome, Egypt, the Middle […]

On a side note – Ron Mueck

I had an opportunity to see Ron Mueck’s work at the Andy Warhol Museum when I was in Pittsburgh, PA a few years ago.  It was an amazing exhibit and he produces powerful sculptures.  If there is ever an exhibition of his within traveling distance of you, you have to go and see it! You […]

London – Day 4

I spent today exploring Camden Town, the Canal and The Regent’s Park.  I loved going through all of the Gothy / Alternative Shops and found a sweet little music shop: Resurrection Records where I was able to find some hard to find Industrial and Gothic Rock CD’s and LP’s.  From Camden I walked up the […]

London – Day 3

I spent the afternoon with Eric and Clara in London Proper.  I went to the Tate Museum of Modern Art and saw some beautiful work by some of the leading artists of the 20th century.  Though, and I know this is my personal beef, they only had one ceramic artwork on display and should have […]